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2016 Wedding dresses for the tall beauty, who will be the belle of the ball at her wedding.

 

It is no secret that haute couture is the most anticipated and sought after fashion demand. Big brands like Chanel, Dior and Valentino, are all well known for creating a magical world for its viewers. In it, you can enjoy the best designs for the season of 2016, choosing the hottest most fashionable lines for the year to come.

On this occasion, for the 2016 wedding season you can see different designs composed of diamontes, organza, lace, long sleeves and dresses in nude tones that give the most elegant tattoo touch effect to the most daring of brides. Advantages of the use of lace include the flower pattern for the angelic and conservative bride.

Designers Elie Saab and Zuhair Murad presented in their collections are endless transparent gowns, glitter details and sequins that give life to a normal classic line. However, for this edition they have bold, sensual and attractive designs for young brides who want a less conservative and more exciting look.

One of the stars of the season is the wedding dress Ralph & Russo, with a long veil, flowery dress tail, leaving all guests super impressed with the beauty and elegance that oozes on the catwalk.

By 2016, the various gold and gray tones are fashionable, giving competition to the traditional white dress, however it will always have a place among the most romantic brides. A good example of the use of darker shades is the wedding dress of Pierre Casiraghi Beatrice Borromeo which was designed by Valentino.

Find out in this video the most beautiful designs of haute couture in Paris as selected an elected by the most famous celebrities in the world!

Cover photo: Dior Haute Couture 2016

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